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Police officers, solicitors and school secretaries are least likely to be unvaccinated.
So far, 426 infections have been confirmed – but Omicron BA.2 has not been designated a ‘variant of concern’
Schools defy PM as they insist face masks must stay in class Scrap unreliable daily Covid data updates, say experts Travel tests have almost no impact on spread of variants Sue Gray finds email that ‘confirms objections to No 10 party’ Sunetra Gupta: Why it's time to end Covid self-isolation
Former TOWIE star Kirk Norcross has been praised for a "brave" Loose Women interview on his father Mick's death last year.
Greg Hunt says government is being blamed when overcommitted suppliers can’t deliver, and false RAT claims will be reported to ACCC
A dead man was reportedly taken into an Irish post office in an attempt to claim his pension. The deceased was carried up to the counter by two other men, reports in Irish media said. When the group approached, a "concerned staff member enquired about the wellbeing of the man being propped up", the Irish Times said.
After shooting their latest Netflix movie 'The Lost Daughter', these co-stars got so close that one let the other tattoo her!
Research into the possibility of a fixed link across the Irish Sea cost £896,681, the Department for Transport said. Network Rail chairman Sir Peter Hendy led the exercise, which concluded it would be technically feasible but "impossible to justify" as the "benefits could not possibly outweigh the costs".
Takeaway pizzas were ordered in during the seven-hour drinking session, according to The Daily Telegraph
Nicola Sturgeon has denied being "far too gung-ho" in imposing tougher Covid restrictions over the festive period, as her deputy insisted secondary school pupils must continue to wear face masks.
A woman has been sentenced to death by a court in Pakistan after allegedly sending blasphemous messages on WhatsApp and Facebook. Aneeqa Atteeq, 26, was convicted and sentenced in Rawalpindi on Wednesday following a complaint against her under Pakistan's cybercrime and blasphemy laws.
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said Friday he was cutting short an official visit to Suriname and Guyana and returning home after his mother died.
TotalEnergies, one of the world's largest energy conglomerates, says it is stopping its operations in Myanmar, citing "worsening" human rights abuses since last year's coup. The announcement, on Friday, was quickly followed by a similar promise from US energy giant Chevron. The firm has faced pressure to cut financial links with the junta since the army seized power from a civilian government in February 2021."The situation, in terms of human rights and more generally the rule of law, which have
The Duke of Cambridge will make his first official visit to the United Arab Emirates next month to help promote UK talent.
There were 1,514 people in hospital on Wednesday with recently confirmed Covid-19, with 43 of them in intensive care.
Adele has postponed her entire Las Vegas residency, just 24 hours before the opening night."I'm so sorry, but my show ain't ready," the star told fans in a tearful update on Instagram."Half my team have Covid and it's been impossible to finish the show," she said, adding that "delivery delays" had also played havoc with her plans.She was due to play the first of 24 concerts at the Caesars Palace's Colosseum on Friday.
It’s easy to see why the Echo Dot is Amazon’s most popular smart speaker.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and European allies insisted it was still possible to revive the Iran nuclear deal but said "time is running out", after talks in Berlin Thursday.
The Government temporarily relaxed competition law between CO2 users in October so they could prioritise deliveries to the food industry.
A former Conservative MP who defected and joined Labour has claimed he was threatened with the loss of a school in his constituency if he did not vote the way party bosses wanted him to. Christian Wakeford, who represents Bury South, switched parties on Wednesday. Speaking on Thursday, Mr Wakeford said the "threat" left him questioning his position in the Conservative Party.